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TIIK LKnfiKK It an adrertlifng medium (hat bring rcjnlt. Onr ! ! rales nro ronslntrnt with rlrcn I- lallon. Hooka open to Inspection. J ! ! ! ! I ! ! ! ! JZk ' ii " " f & i - rj' .Probably rnln and warmer today tomorrow niln. . J , Hi ! j j j. j j .j j j j j j j j MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MONDAY, MARCH 0, 1010. 'RKKtr nnrvtT.icAtr-mi. JIA1J.Y PVJILIO JJiDQKJtittt OMS? COPYONE CENT. '.L .,- I 4 TCI lTXCII. Ho naked mo to savo him, Hp suffered from drouth, Anil that's why I gave him A punch In tho mouth. Luko MoLuko. FUANKLIX ALTKH'S WILL. Tho will of tho Into Franklin Alter, president of the Amorlcnn Tool Works Company, who died Inst week nt Cin cinnati, nnd wnB well known In this city, was filed Friday In tho Probate Court of Hamilton county, Ohio, it disposes of an estate valued nt 000,000, which Is given to tho family with tho exception of two bequests, tho Episcopal church of Southern Ohio receiving $1,000 and the Old Men's Homo $1,000. there will bo a meeting of the aux- lllary to the C. W. D. M. of tho Chris tian church at tho church tonight. Mr. Charles Williams of Ewlng, was 'tho week-end guest of Mr. Franklyn Slyo of Walnut .street. t Last day for discount on March 1 gas bills. MAIL OnilKItS PItOMPTIiT FILLED. For all grades of whiskies and liquors. Our prices nro right. Order today. Poyntx Bros., Covington, Ky. Don't forget T. W. Iloy's sale of llvo stock nnd Implements at his farm between Helena and Mnysllck, March 8 at 10 n. m m2-4-G INCREASED VOTE Found That Percent of Loss Among Disfranchised Voters In Adams Comity (().) Is Very Small. After closo examination statement 1b mado that there will bo but slight shrlnkngo In tho number of votes from tho number disfranchised In Adams county In the elections to bo held this year. Tho word had gone out that of tho 1,800 who were disfranchised by Judgo Blair, probably half of them had removed from tho county or had died. The Investigation that has now been made brings to light that the only material loss has been created by death. The belief prevails that Ad nms county will cast 1,700 more votes In the coming election than In tho last election. This discovery has been the causo for quickened Interest being found at every hand, thnt correct tab ulation may bo kept by those who will look after the affairs of the dominant parties. Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Spring Parts and Sup plies Gars For Hire GOODYEAR Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rim-Cli by tho No-Rlm-Cut feature. SlowcxJU l'V the "On-Alt" cute. LootaTntdt by many rubber rlvett. Iniccuritr by 126 braided piano vlre. Punctured and Skidding by the double- UUCK All-weaiaer ircau. &Z5SSZSS355S22225S9SS5ZZ9 AUTISTIC CABINET WOKK is easily possible with tho aid of our mill work. Wo make so many things for tho homo that you certainly should come and sec how readily you can have a handsome home with tho finest cabi net work at a very moderate exponse. Come even If you haven't any present Intention to Improvo your abode. The Mason Lumber Company Comer Limestone and Second Streets. Phone 519. A. A. McLaughlin. L. II. llchan. Mill I Plowing Time I Will Be here, Just As Soon As i the Sun Shines Hot so, be ready, Farmers, to take advantage of the first pretty days. We are ready for you, with a splendid line of Plows, both Oliver and Sycrause, Points, Handles, Shares, Mouldboards, etc. Just phone us your wants. If you ueed a good Rake, Hoe, Mat tock, Ax, Fork, or, in fact, any tool needed on the farm, just tell it to us. We have good ones in stock, at the right prices. Just received, a shipment of the neat est Wheelbarrows you ever saw. Need one? Yours, for good Plowing Weather, soon. MIKE BROWN "THE SQUARE DEAL MAN" B WILLYUM J. Arrltcs In Washington and Will Take a Hand In the Fight Between President and Congress. Washlncton. March C Tho Influ ence of William Jennings Bryan will bo felt In tho flcht over tho armed ship Issue, which administration lead ers plan to bring to a vote In the House Tuesday. Mr. Bryan, who out lined his views In favor of warning Americans off armed merchantmen to Itcnrcsontatlvo Stephens of Nebraska, camo back from Now York this morn ing ond will spend tho day here with Representative Balloy of Pennsylva nia. Ho will bo there while tho House Rules Commlttco Is framing Its rule to bring before the Houso for action after limited debate, tho report of the Foreign Affairs Committee. The renort recommends that the Mc- Lemoro warning resolution bo tabled and sets forth that tho President should bo permitted to exerciser his constitutional right of handling dip lomatic negotiations without interfer ence from Congress. FIGHTING CONTINUES AHOUNH VERDUN. Fighting of great vlolenco continues at Douaumont In tho Verdun region, tho British War Ornco announced Sunday night. Tho Germans made a heavy attack against tho French front along tho lino from tho Haudremont wood to Douaumont fort. This as sault, tho statement says, was repulsed. French- artillery officers who took part In the battle of Verdun estimate that during tho first four days of the struggle the Germans discharged 2, 000,000 shells, most of them of heavy caliber. Tho number of projectiles fired by tho Frcncli probably was as great. Nothing Hko such an oxpendl turo of munitions has been known be fore, even In the Champagne nttack. The whole theory of operations waB to pulvcrlzo defenses at long range, drive out or kill defenders and then occupy the ground by massed rushes of In fantry. " .HISSES LEE ENTEKTAIX. Tho Misses Leo entertained a num ber of ladles at tholr homo on Market street Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Lewis K. Tarry of Pittsburg. Promptly at 1 o'clock nn appetizing three course luncheon was served, after which progressive "forty-two" was enjoyed until a lato hour. The thrco prizes given were mado by Miss Lee, being handsome crochet work, and will be cherished by those fortu nato enough to win them. TIiobo pres ent were Mesdames Lewis K. Parry, Frank Clark, Ben Poyntz, Josephine Rogers, E. P. Lee, V. H.- Cox, Edwin Matthews, Graham Lee, J. B. Wood, C. W. Lewis, Thomas a Keith, and Misses Charlotte Wood, AUco Gill, Mary Wood and Lcttlc Wood. AIIKESTED AT JtlVLEY. CLAM CHOWDER Finnan Haddock, Blotters, Herrlujr, Codflih, Shrimp, Lobsters, Crabs, VUk FUkei, Tub Fish, Ft Mackerel, Authorises Ir Oil, Caralr, Oysters, Hr4kei. SeasoaaVle rfebi now aai.ibe qualMy Use, Sesd hi tow order. 1IUL COVXAB Www 4. C. & O. Detective Stewart arrested threo Maysllck negroes at tho South Ripley depot Saturday night for drinking and raising a disturbance at that place. Tho men will bo given a hearing boforo Squlro Fred W. Bauer this afternoon. Tho C. & O. has determined to break up the rowdyism which has been go Ing on at South Ripley for somo timo and will from this time on arrest all who do not behave as gentlemen while In tho depot. A SPLENDID ENDORSEMENT. A Maysvllle Democrat returned from Frankfort Friday and was heard to remark that Senator L. N. Rayburn voted to kill tho bill cutting tho np proprlatlou for the Kentucky Child ren's Home, and that ho had been on tho right sldo of everything, so far as ho was not bound by party pledge. Mr. John W. Moore, prominent oil manufacturer of Pittsburg, was a woek end visitor at tho homo of Mr, J. James Wood of Woodlclgh, Mr, Moore is au undo of Miss Noll Sutherland. Mrs. Anna D. McDouglo pf Hamil ton College, who was callod hero by tho sickness of her father, Mr. C. W Darnall, returned to Lexington Mon day morning. Mrs, Ben B. Poyntz of South Market street, entertained with cards Satur day In honor of Mrs. Lewis 1C. Parry und John W, Mooru of Pittsburg. , i . Henry Bates, O. L. Monroo, II. O, Lindsay and O. E. Carlylo of Ports mouth, O., are. placing tholr bids on tho brick streots. Contractor F. J. Ruh of Covington, Is lu this city looking after tho brick street paving contract. Mr. Ruh had tho old contract. Tho Country Club will entertain to night at St. John's Hall with au old time aquare dance, beginning at 7:30. IIAHV WEEK STARTS OFF WITH A GREAT CONTEST. Tho greatest thing In tho world Is a baby. Maysvlllo's "Baby W'cck," un der tho auspices of tho Woman's Club, opened up Saturday afternoon at tho Mission with surprising attendance. Mrs. Pcddlcord had tho room taste fully decorntod and arranged for her little guests nnd their mothers. Tho contest was opened by Mrs. George Longncckcr, president of tho Woman's Club. Mrs. Longncckcr Is nlwnys entertaining, but her address of welcome to tho mothors was a lit erary gem. Tho talk wns Indeed "A word fitly spoken, Ilka apples of gold in pictures of silver." It was an In spiration to those who henrd her. Sho was followed by Miss Hartlcrode In n nuiHlcnl selection on thq piano. Dr. J. T. Stroda In a fow torse sen tences put tho mothers wise to their duty to their children. Health Xursc Miss Anna May Casey is the woll known visitor to many homes. She talked to tho mothers In n heart to heart manner. Sho was practiced In her choice of words and common senso was in ovory sentence, Many of the homes represented have been cheered by her prosenco nnd help. Tho two winning bnbles vcro each 7 months old. Ono lives on Canncl street and the other on Short street. Miss Casey was tho nttondant when the little strangers came to bless the homes. Tho Judges awarded tho first prize, $5 In gold, to Eugene Mason, aged 7 months, of Carmel street, and Elwood Lucas, nged 7 months, of short street, the second prize, $2.50 ii gold. The following babies! were regis tered: Willie Austin, slnonths; Karl J. Rules, Jr., 18 months; George Wal ter Beckett, tJ months; George CIo phano, 1C months; Gladys Darnall, 2 months; Joseph Hall Dodson, Jr., 10 months; Charles Thomas Fristoe, 15 months; Alvcna Frederick, 22 months; Robert Gilbert, 8 months'; Flora Gul lctt, 10 months; Harvey Johnson, 7 months; Vincent Morrill Johnson, 9 months; Dolina Penrl Jones, 14 months; Mary Deloris King, 9 months; Elizabeth May Lewis, 21 months; El wood Lucas, 7 months; Ada May Lu cas, 7 months; Eugene Mason, 7 months; Anna Marie1 Mitchell, 18 months; Abraham Mitchell, 14 months; Stanley F. need, Jr., 18 months; Eve lyn M. Tollo, 2 years; Jean Wcls, 5 months, and Robert Wilson, 9 months, Tho parado was postponed on ac count of tho weather and lack of nu tomohllcs. The week has been favorably launched. Ono spcclnl featuro Is the baby clinic on Wednesday from 9 to 12, nnd tho addresses In tho afternoon. It will repay parents to attend tbeso meetings. JIHS. MATTIE COX IUEII AT AN EARLY HOUR .1IONHAY MORNING. Mrs. Mattlo Cox, wife of Mr. Charles Cox, foreman of tho packing room at the Cotton Mills, died Monday morning nbout 5 o'clock at her homo on Wall street, Mrs. Cox was In her twenty third year, and Is survived by her hus band and thrco children, tho youngest a baby about 3 months old. Tho fu neral arrangements hnvo not yet been announced. IMPORTANT SUN HAY SCHOOL MEETING. There will bo an Important Sunday school meeting at tho Third Street M, B. church Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. All those looking forward to a big attendance on "Go-to-Sundny-School Dny" arc especially urged to bo present. Other important business will also he discussed. FRANK NASH, City President. LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER 5 Lightens Housework 3 Will Do the Work Any Other Cleanser Will S Do. Same Size Can. Only 5c Per Can. 5 5 Hinder Bras., 1Q7 Iff. Second St. Flume 2D. S SMART AND ATTRACTIVE NEW WALLPAPER DESIGNS AT HEN. DHICKSON'S. Miss Nelllo Stcclo wns tho guest of friends Saturday and Sundny at Hlg plnsporr, O. U FOR ROUGH SKIN, HANDS AND FACE Almond Cream Compound. Benzoin and Almond Lotion. Hind's Honey, Almond and Cream. Three of the best on the market. For chapped hands and hand tetter use Willis Hand Lo 1 t m tion. M. F. WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY S QUICK SERVICE. PHONE 91. B All tho latest patterns in wallpaper at CRANE & SHAFEtt'S. Mr. Alton Spencer left.Sunday to accept a position In Springhold, O, THE HOME DF QUALITY CLOTHES WE WONDER whether you fully realize the state of affairs in the clothing world these days. Talk to any clothing manufacturer- he'll tell you! ALARMING ADVANCES in the market prices of woolens, trimmings, dye-stuffs, etc., will send the selling figures of next winter's clothing up mighty high. The way out is for you to get a suit and overcoat NOW while we are selling them at greatly reduced prices. And such famous makes as Society Brand, R. B. Fashion, Stein-Bloch, Ilirsh-Wickwire and Michiclg, Stern & Co. There was every reason for carrying over our stock but that's not our way of doing business. D. HBCHINGrER, S CO. SILKS TO ENTHUSE YOU Next Thursday mowing tho silks will he ready for you nnd we suhmit them to your verdict regarding style and values with nbsoluto confidence. You will not find "job silks" picked up at random because the prices are low, but only silks justified in. being here by the endorsement of good taste and style. Silks which will stir the enthusiasm of every woman who comes here Thurs day morning. Details in Wednesday's paper. NEW ARRIVALS AT THE ROUND COUNTER Vantine,s Wistaria Talcum 25o box. Filigree coin purses in silver or gold, dull finish with finger ring and chain attachment, 50c. Plain crepe or taffeta tics in all colors, 25c. Fancy white messaline ties with stripes, checks and coin dots in color, 25c. White crepe ties, plaided or striped in lovely shades of many colors, 25c. Camisoles in white or flesh crepe do chine trimmed in dainty ribbons and fine Val laoe, $1. Specially attractive for wear under transparent blouses. White shadow lace camisoles banded with several rows of white or flesh satin ribbon. Exquisitely dainty, $1, $1.25. Point dc'sprit or plain net camisoles trimmed in bands of white or pink satin ribbon. - Tbeso lovclv undergarments are only 75c, $1, $1.25. ' . Tlie Gotham Girdle to he worn in place of a corset by young girls and women who want absolute freedom for athletics, dancing, etc. It is also tho most perfect abdominal support made. Physicians recommend the weaving of this girdle. It is mado entirely of elastic, comes in three lengths and is priced according to length. $tyj, $2, $2'i. Fittings are given for tho asking. 1916 JrdL LJ JM "X" 1352 Mr. James Stone Is still confined to his room nt his home on Uast Second street. Our new Spring wallpapers are ready for your Inspection. Corao In. CltANE & SIIAFER. Mr. Jnmcs A. Brown was a Ports mouth, 0 visitor Saturday and Sunday. The Basil C, Duko Chapter, U. D. C, will meet with Mrs. Joseph Pcrrlo Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The New Silks Have Arrived: 2 You will find here all the newest fabrics in the very scarcest colors, which includes crepe de chines, J taffetas, radium, etc. Nearly all our silks will beg S found in the 36-inch width, which makes it cut to the S best advantage. Were we to buy these silks on to- j 1 day's market we would be compelled to pay whole- J sale the prices that they are now marked in retail. Come and make an early selection, while the assort- ment is at its best.